Migrating to IBM Web Content Manager V7: A case study

Customers are often challenged by migrating Web content from one content management system to another. This article describes an approach for migrating to IBM Web Content Manager V7, based on customer experiences, addressing topics including process, tooling, and mapping concepts.

Richard Gorzela, Solution Architect, Certified IT Specialist, IBM

Richard Gorzela is a Solution Architect and a Certified IT Specialist with IBM Software Services for Lotus (ISSL), where he specializes in helping customers be successful with WebSphere Portal, Web Content Manager, and related assets and products. Prior to joining ISSL, Richard was a member of the Workplace, Portal, Lotus, and Collaboration product development team.



28 April 2011

Customers are often challenged by migrating Web content from one content management system to another. This article describes an approach for migrating to IBM Web Content Manager V7, based on customer experiences, addressing topics including process, tooling, and mapping concepts.

In this white paper

  • Introduction
  • Content management artifact mapping
  • Migration tooling approach
  • Migration process
  • Conclusion
  • Resources
  • About the authors

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